Womens tennis Ohio State advances to firstever NCAA semifinal appearance

Buckeyes are @NCAATennis Final Four bound! No. 3 seed Buckeyes will take on No. 7 Stanford at 2 p.m. Monday in the semifinals. #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/fE4HE5yrLR— Ohio State Women’s Tennis (@OhioStateWTEN) May 21, 2017 The Ohio State women’s tennis team punched its first-ever ticket to the national semifinals Sunday.The No. 3 seed Buckeyes (32-2) dominated No. 6 Texas Tech (27-5) 4-0 in the NCAA quarterfinals in Athens, Georgia. After OSU earned the doubles point, senior Ferney Angeles Paz, senior Miho Kowase and junior Anna Sanford won their matches to seal a date with No. 7 Stanford in the NCAA final four.OSU has dropped just one point during its NCAA tournament run, which came in the round of 16 against South Carolina. The Buckeyes haven’t lost a match since March 14 against No. 1 Florida. Including Sunday’s victory over Texas Tech, the Buckeyes have swept 13 of their last 15 matches.OSU is set to play Stanford on Monday in Athens, Georgia, for a berth into the national finals on Tuesday.Buckeyes win! Ohio State 4, TTU 0. Ohio State advances to the @NCAATennis semifinals for the first time in program history! #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/bKd28yczMd— Ohio State Women’s Tennis (@OhioStateWTEN) May 21, 2017 read more